Students showcase art pieces
STUDENTS from the Creative Industries faculty at Kingscliff TAFE campus have exhibited their final works for the 2010 academic year.
Push my Buttons was the graduating exhibition of work by students completing the Diploma of Graphic Design and Visual Communication at the TAFE.
The exhibition provided a forum to bring the vocational and personal aspirations of these emerging artists and designers to their own community.
Student Julie Truman was elated with the chance to exhibit her work to her friends, family and the wider community.
“It’s a great way to showcase the work that we have spent a year developing,” Ms Truman said.
Ms Truman plans to undertake a Bachelor of Digital Media at Griffith University next year.
Classmate Chloe Ensbey has also enjoyed her two years of study.
“Studying at Kingscliff has been a great experience,” Ms Ensbey said.
The campus offers state-of-the-art facilities, utilising the latest in industry standard technologies.
“The teaching and support staff are highly experienced and to top it off my diploma has assured me entry into Digital Media at Griffith University,” Ms Ensbey said.
Creative Industries head teacher Sandra Guy said the students had presented a number of different artistic approaches.
“The quality of work on display here reflects the high level of dedication and commitment by the students,” Ms Guy said.
“It highlights creative graphic design solutions and innovative approaches by students in the areas of print and digital design.”